Research Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of author of Gun Control in the Third Reich joins Armed America Radios Neil McCabe and Mark Walters to talk about his new book. Giving historic examples of gun registration laws, issued by the Weimar republic, may have been well-intentioned but misdirected and once the Nazi party took control in Germany, the laws were used to disarm "Enemies of the State." Halbrook gives the hosts an update on current threats to Second Amendment rights.
Research Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of Gun Control in the Third Reich joined KVOI radio in Tuscon, AZ to talk about his new book, with host of the "Inside Track" program, Emil Franzi. Halbrook talks about constitutional rights in the US and they differ from Germany in the 1930s. The author talks about events leading up to the disarming of the Jews in Germany and of other "Enemies of the State."
Senior Fellow John R. Graham spoke on the National Taxpayer Unions podcast "Speaking of Taxpayers." Graham spoke about the problems with the roll out of Obamacare. Using principles put forward in John C. Goodmans book, Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis, Graham relates how the Affordable Healthcare Act will effect people in the future and offers some suggestions on market based reforms that would put the power back into the hands of patients instead of bureaucrats.
Research Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of Gun Control in the Third Reich appeared on the Bill LuMaye Show on WPTF radio in Raleigh, NC. Halbrook talks about the history of gun registration in the Weimar Republic in 1931 and warned that the records not wind up "in the wrong hands." Two years later, when the Nazi party assumed power in Germany, the "wrong hands" were indeed in charge of those records and law abiding Jews and other "Enemies of the State" were disarmed by the Nazis.
Research Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of Gun Control in the Third Reich appeared on the "Bulldog Live" show on WTPL radio in New Hampshire. Halbrook recaps the history of Hitler's gun control policies toward "Enemies of the State" before and during World War II.